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Why There Needs to be a Culinary Class at New Berlin West

New Berlin West is known to be one of the best high schools in Wisconsin, ranked number 16 in the state by U.S. News for 2020. Overall students place very high on tests and participate in AP courses, and we even have a 97% graduation rate. However, even though our school is top-notch, there are still problems with the classes taught here. With the idea that everyone needs to go to a four-year coll…

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